Former NBA player Ben Gordon arrested after incident at apartment complex

Former NBA player Ben Gordon arrested after incident at apartment complex

Former NBA player Ben Gordon arrested after incident at apartment complex

Gordon, however, was hit with a charge of criminal possession of a forged instrument last Sunday after police in Harlem found that his Florida license plate was fake.

The victim in question appears to be someone working at his old apartment complex, and the incident arose from a dispute over the return of Gordon's security deposit.

The troubles for former Chicago Bulls star Ben Gordon continue to mount.

But get this ... after cops arrived to the building, Ben RETURNED to demand the REST of his security deposit (a couple thousand dollars).

Gordon's final National Basketball Association season came during the 2014-2015 campaign when he played in 56 games for the Orlando Magic.


According to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department records, Gordon was transferred from a detention center to jail on Monday and is scheduled to be released today.

Gordon later returned to the property with a knife to obtain the remainder of the deposit, but the manager had already called police and they arrested Gordon upon his return.

Just last month Gordon was reportedly hospitalized for psychiatric evaluation after a confrontation between he and a 31-year old woman, which lasted about two hours as police freed the woman who was trapped inside a locked building with him.

Back in February he told The Chicago Tribune that he still hoped to return to the National Basketball Association. "And the more I watch it, the more I'm convinced that there's a spot for me", he told the Chicago Tribune.

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